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October 16, 1909

Medical News

JAMA. 1909;LIII(16):1296-1305. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550160052011

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GEORGIA 

Free Pasteur Treatment.  —The Georgia State Board of Health reports that the free Pasteur treatment, which has been established in the state for the past year, has been employed in the case of 572 persons bitten by rabid animals, and that only one death has occurred.

Colleges Open.  —Hospital Medical College, Atlanta, opened for its second annual term, September 21.—The fifty-fifth annual session of the Atlanta College of Physicians and Surgeons opened September 22.—The Atlanta School of Medicine opened for its regular session, September 14, with addresses by Dr. Thomas J. McArthur, Cordele, president of the Medical Association of Georgia, and others.

Personal.  —Dr. George N. MacDonell has succeeded Dr. Odom O. Fanning, resigned, as superintendent of the Wesley Memorial Hospital, Atlanta.—Dr. James N. Brawner,

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